Tag Archives: France

The Paris Piece Conference

While the Paris Peace Piece Conference’s aims were ostensibly to bring about peace between Israel and the Palestinians, it was quite clear from the start that its only intention was to make Israel give up a piece of this and … Continue reading

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Gestures of support for Israel after the terror attack, but no change in EU policy

After this week’s terror attack Israelis were pleasantly surprised (if that’s the right term) and even gratified to see symbolic expressions of support extended to us from around the world. This is in stark contrast to previous attacks where, besides … Continue reading

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The world’s gone mad – attacks all over Europe and beyond

It has come to the situation where you wake up in the morning and are scared to turn on the news for fear of hearing about yet another ISIS-inspired atrocity, a mass shooting, hostage taking or worse. Europe is under … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

This week has passed so quickly and before I’ve looked round it’s time for another Good News Friday installment. First, an astonishing story of self-sacrifice in more ways than one: a Haredi woman from New York lost 34 kg in … Continue reading

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Another huge Islamic terror attack in France, this time in Nice

However much I get annoyed at France for taking the side of the Palestinians against Israel, and for not standing up for Israel at the UN, no country deserves terror attacks, let alone the kind that was perpetrated in Nice … Continue reading

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The Valentine’s Day massacre of 1349 and the 120th anniversary of Herzl’s opus

For those of you celebrating Valentine’s day I apologize for ruining the mood of the day. But I came across a Facebook post (via Hadassah) which told the story of a massacre which I had never heard of until today. … Continue reading

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